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    Brampton ON. Canada

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  • Leatherwork Specialty
    leather dog collars
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    wallets, bags, holsters, knife sheats...

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  1. On 2-3oz i usually use an air brush , especially if using an alcohol base dye as i am trying to limit as much as i can the amount of alcohol going into that piece of leather
  2. I can't find those European shoulders on Tandy's web-site , any chance you can post a link?
  3. It looks like Tandy's buckle looks extremely similar at $1.99...but than again , they are not made in the USA like the other suppliers' so i guess the quality is not the same
  4. Is this what you are locking for ? Neat Lac
  5. This one here is very similar
  6. Try the Tan Kote ...it is resin base , not acrylic . Apply it in light coats . It will allow you to apply conditioners down the road if need it
  7. If you are in the "neighborhood" you should drop by...it is worth it . The museum is inside of the store now, very clean and well organized . If you are into leather craving you'll love it ...it is a piece of leather history after all . I am not into carving but still found it interesting
  8. LOL...not a born and raised Canadian ...not a "hokey" guy either
  9. I like the nylon cutting boards but the marks left by the stitching irons tend to have raised edges. When you slide veg-tan on top of them they will leave marks . The puck still has a smooth surface after used .
  10. I just tried a hokey puck the other day . It is firm enough to give me a clean cut on the back of the lather but soft enough not to damage my stitching irons .
  11. As of yesterday ,the Mississauga store still had few Tokonole left in stock.... a bit over $13 . It looks like it's gonna be a regular stock item
  12. Nothing that i would sale right now...sorry
  13. Try the Eco-Flo Waterstain Slate Gray. Make sure you shake the bottle , work it in with a sponge , let it dry , buff it and apply some Golden mink oil. It's not a dye but you might get the result you are looking for
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